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Ransoms all around: Beauceron CEO talks about WannaCry, Bell breach and Pirates of the Caribbean

Ransoms all around: Beauceron CEO talks about WannaCry, Bell breach and Pirates of the Caribbean

It's been a big week on the digital high seas for piracy, breaches, ransoms and extortion. 

Beauceron CEO David Shipley spoke with Toronto640 AM's The Morning Show about the latest updates on the global WannaCry ransomware worm epidemic, the news that Canadian telecommunications firm Bell suffered a breach of 1.9 million customers, employees and contractors e-maila and other information and the shakedown attempt against Disney by real-life digital pirates. 

A Titanic near-miss: Beauceron CEO talks with the CBC about global cyber(in)security

A Titanic near-miss: Beauceron CEO talks with the CBC about global cyber(in)security

The fallout from WannaCry continues to be felt worldwide and in Canada more organizations including hospitals and universities have had to deal with minor outbreaks of the ransomware worm. 

Beauceron CEO David Shipley spoke with CBC morning shows in Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John this week about the significance of the incident and why at its core it's about people, process and culture as well as technology. 

"Two Very Bad Things Coming Together In A Very Bad Situation": Beauceron CEO On Global Ransomware Attack

"Two Very Bad Things Coming Together In A Very Bad Situation": Beauceron CEO On Global Ransomware Attack

Beauceron CEO David Shipley spoke with New Brunswick's 91.9 about the WannaCry global ransomware epidemic and its impact on the UK national health system. 

The CEO of New Brunswick cybersecurity company Beauceron Security says the ongoing massive, worldwide ransomware attack is not just a technology problem.